Mass General Voice Center Research Laboratories are comprised of four inter-dependent entities:
Office-based KTP laser use
Over the past twenty years, team members of the Mass General Center for Laryngeal Surgery & Voice Rehabilitation have designed, developed and perfected many surgical procedures now currently in use to enhance the treatment of benign and malignant laryngeal and pharyngeal disease.
We have a long history of conducting research that is funded by governmental (National Institutes of Health) and private foundation sources to develop improved methods for preventing, diagnosing, and treating voice disorders, reflected by the list of innovations below. Much of this work is carried out in collaboration with leading scientists at:
Zeitels Universal Modular (UM) Glottiscope System
Innovations Developed by Mass General Voice Center Staff
Zeitels Vocal Fold Infusion Needle
Our texbook, Atlas of Phonomicrosurgery
Ongoing Collaborative Research Projects
Methods for minimizing laser thermal damage associated with laryngeal surgery
• Aortic homograft reconstruction of laryngeal cancer defects
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